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Thorns & Roses

Sydni Jones Wellington

Publisher: Sydni Jones Wellington

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Summary

With a sprawling 4,000 sq. ft Atlanta suburban home, and two thriving careers, Lavender and Jaxon Rose have everything that they would want to be considered a complete couple - everything except for a baby. On a serious mission to add the missing piece to their life, will the Roses overcome their insurmountable thorns? 

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